Antoine ISABELLE was born after 1821 in of L' Islet, P. Q.. Parents:
Jean-Baptiste ISABELLE and
He was married to Madeleine METIVIER about 1818 in Montmagny, P. Q..
Bibiane ISABELLE Parents: Jean-Baptiste ISABELLE and Marie-Genevieve THIBAULT.
Catherine ISABELLE was also known as Catherine Isabelle de St-Pere (Sainpere). Parents: Etienne DE ST-PER and Madeleine COUSTEAU.
She was married to Nicolas (Ancetre) RIVARD on 21 Jun 1653 in Trois Rivieres, Champlain, P. Q.. Children were: Julien RIVARD, Madeleine RIVARD, Nicolas RIVARD, Catherine RIVARD, Francois RIVARD, Jean RIVARD, Pierre RIVARD.
Denis ISABELLE Parents: Marcel ISABELLE and Alice DESBIENS.
He was married to Suzette ST-GELAIS on 18 May 1974 in Ragueneau, P. Q..
Jean-Baptiste ISABELLE was born after 1778 in Montmagny, P. Q.. He was also known as Isabel & Isabelle. Parents: Joseph ISABEL and Magdeleine GAGNE.
Jeanne ISABELLE Parents: Louis ISABELLE and Lea LEMIEUX.
Laura ISABELLE Parents: Theophile ISABELLE and Celestine VAILLANCOURT.
Lucien ISABELLE Parents: Georges ISABELLE and Irene DESJARDINS.
He was married to Germaine OTIS on 6 Oct 1958 in St. Damase, Matapedia, P. Q..
Children were: Irene HARRISSON.
Napoleon ISABELLE Parents: Jean-Baptiste ISABELLE and Marie-Genevieve THIBAULT.
Theophile ISABELLE Parents: Napoleon ISABELLE and Rose LEPAGE.
Jean-Frederic ISER OR ISARD Parents: Joseph ISER and Madeleine SANGUERLINE.
Marguerite ISER OR ISARD Parents: Jean-Frederic ISER OR ISARD and Marie-Francoise MIGNERON.
Marguerite ITASSE Parents: Jean ITASSE and Marie CAPON.
Mrs. Richard IVE
Rose IVE Parents: Richard IVE and Mrs. Richard IVE.
John JACKSON was born about 1780.
He was married to Phebe PINKHAM about 1808.
Angelique JACOB was born about 1671. Parents: Etienne JACOB and Jeanne FRESSEL.
She was married to Francois MEUNIER on 18 Feb 1692 in L' Ange-Gardien, Montmorency, P. Q.. Children were: Francoise MEUNIER, Jeanne MEUNIER, Genevieve MEUNIER, Marie-Angelique MEUNIER, Agnes MEUNIER, Monique MEUNIER, Helene MEUNIER.
She was married to Joseph ROUSSIN on 24 Nov 1704.
Benoit JACOB Parents: Xavier JACOB and Olida CARPENTIER.
David JACOB was born in 1164. He died in 1748.
Deborah JACOB Parents: David JACOB and Sarah CUSHING.
She was married to Dr. Isaac OTIS on 25 May 1719 in Scituate, Plymouth, Mass..
Denise JACOB was born on 21 Nov 1943 in St. Stanislas de Champlain, P. Q.. Parents: Benoit JACOB and Blanche-Valerie TRUDEL.
She was married to Marcel TREMBLAY on 15 Aug 1964 in St. Stanislas de Champlain, P. Q..
Eloise JACOB Parents: Abraham JACOB and Olympe-Helene MARCHILDON.
Etienne JACOB was born about 1648 in of St. Germain L' Auxerrois de Paris, France. Parents: Edme JACOB and Jeanne BELLEJAMBE.
Helene JACOB was born on 10 Feb 1963.
Children were: Dominique CARRIER.
Marguerite JACOB was born on 27 Nov 1677. Parents: Etienne JACOB and Jeanne FRESSEL.
Marie JACOB was born on 26 Aug 1679 in L' Ange-Gardien, Montmorency, P. Q.. She was baptized on 3 Sep 1679 in L' Ange-Gardien, Montmorency, P. Q.. She died in Aug 1756. She was buried on 7 Aug 1756 in Beaupre, Montmorency, P. Q.. Parents: Etienne JACOB and Jeanne FRESSEL.
Mary JACOB was born about 1632 in England. She was baptized on 11 May 1632 in Hingham, Norfolk, England. She died after 1683. She was also known as Mary or Margaret Jacob. Parents: Nicholas JACOB and Mary GILMAN.
She was married to John OTIS on 10 May 1649 in Hingham, Plymouth, Mass.. Children were: Mary #1 OTIS, Mary #2 OTIS, James #1 OTIS, Elizabeth #1 OTIS, Hon. John OTIS, Hannah OTIS, Capt Stephen OTIS, James #2 OTIS, Hon. Joseph OTIS, Job OTIS, Elizabeth #2 OTIS.
Nicholas JACOB was born in 1604 in Hingham, Norfolk, England. He died on 5 Jun 1657 in Hingham, Mass.. He was an Innkeeper = Aubergiste. 155. Nicholas Jacob. Born ca 1604 in Hingham, Norfolk, Eng.3 Nicholas died on 5 Jun 1657 in Hingham, MA.28 Occupation: innkeeper.
Nicholas, of Hingham, Norfolk, England, arrived in Boston with his wife Mary, son John, and daughter Mary on 15 Jun 1633 on the ship Elizabeth Bonaventure from Yarmouth, England, and went first to Watertown, MA.
Immigrant ancestor of the Jacobs, was one of the very few early planters who came to Bare Cove, now Hingham, MA, prior to the arrival of Rev. Peter Hobart and his company in 1636. According to the Cushing manuscript, "Nicolas Jacob with his wife and two children and their cosen Thomas Lincoln, weaver, came from Old Hingham (England) and settled in this Hingham, 1633." In September, 1635, he had a grant of a house lot at Hingham. He lived at Watertown for a short time before that, however, and owned a homestead which he sold before 1636. In June, 1636, he had granted to him six acre of planting ground upon Weariall Hill, and June 4, 1636, the first of the great lots next to the Weymouth river and a lot of six acres "at the head of the plain next to Edeard Gilman, his brother-in-law." He was selectman in 1636; one of the committee of nine to divide Conohasset in 1640; deputy to the general court in 1648-49; one of the three commissioners to be presented to the general court in 1656. He was honored with various other trusts by his townsmen. He kept an ordinary in Hingham in 1640.
Was rep. 1648 and 1649. Usually the progeny of Nicholas reject the final s, that is, Jacob is preferred to Jacobs.
"Nicholas, the ancestor of all the families bearing this surname in Hingham and vicinity, was one of the very few early planters who came to 'Bare Cove' prior to the arrival of Rev. Peter Hobart and his company in 1635. According to Cushing's MS., 'Nicholas Jacob with his wife and two children and their cosen Thomas Lincoln, weaver, came from Old Hingham and settled in this Hingham, 1633.' In Sept.1635, he had a grant of a house-lot containing three acres on Town St., second from the way leading to Broad Cove, which is about where the homestead belonging to heirs of the late William O. Lincoln is located [in 1893]. Other lands were also granted to him at different dates for planting purposes. He was made freeman [3 Mar] 1635-36; was selectman in 1637; deputy to the General Court [10 May] 1648 and [2 May] 1649, and often engaged upon the business of the town. The christian name of his wife was Mary. She survived him, and m. secondly, March 10, 1G58-59, John Beal, widower. Nicholas d. 5 June, 1657, leaving an estate appraised at £393 8s. 6d. In his will of May 18, 1657, proved 25 July following, he gives to 'wife Mary, the bed which she usually lyeth upon with all the furniture thereto oelooging to dispose of to whom she pleases;' also £30 in money. To 'my children, Joseph, Hannah, and Deborah £10 each, in addition to what they have already had, ... To eldest son John a double portion,' ... and 'to the rest of my children,' viz.: Joseph Jacob, Mary Otis, Elizabeth Thaxter, Sarah Cushing, Hannah Jacob, and Deborah Jacob, equal shares, 'and every one of them shall pay to their mother' a stipulated sum, yearly. Witnesses, Edmund Pitts, Thomas Marsh, Matthew Hawke."
On 7 Oct 1640 'Nicho[las] Jacobs is allowed to keep an ordinary at Hingham.' (MBCR 1:302)
Nicholas, along with three others, had the monopoly to build weirs at Lyford's Liking to take alewives.